Marlow Museum has confirmed that they will remain closed despite the second lockdown being lifted.

The whole country was lifted out of the shutdown on December 2 after being told which tiers they were in, with tier one being the lowest and tier three being the highest.

In a tweet published on December 3, they said: “Quick museum update.

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“Due to Buckinghamshire being placed in tier two, we have decided for the comfort and safety of all our visitors, we will not be able to reopen until such a time as we are placed in tier one.”

It is not known when the tiers will change for each county.

So far in the UK, 59,699 people have lost their lives with Covid-19 or due to issues related to the illness.

In total, there have been over a million cases within the country since the start of the year.